Joint Envy is a dietary supplement of four ingredients that help with reducing joint pain in various parts of the body. These ingredients are eggshell membrane, SCP II Complex, hyaluronic acid, and theacrine. The product helps especially older active adults. This group of people tend to have the highest degree of joint pain. Younger adults with joint and back pain may also find some benefit from this product. Joint envy contains all natural ingredients.
The cost of Joint Envy is $19.95 plus $7.95 shipping, for a total price of $27.90.
Joint Envy contains a combination of four main ingredients which are clinically proven to reduce joint pain in seven to ten days. The first ingredient is eggshell membrane. Eggshell membrane contains collagen, chondroitin sulfate, and hyaluronic acid. SCP II Complex makes up the second ingredient. It has a uniquely manufactured and patented collagen that comes from wild salmon. The third ingredient is hyaluronic acid. This component assists in keeping joints lubricated and the skin moisturized. Theacrine, the last ingredient, occurs in tea, and increases performance in activity by its caffeine-like properties.
Joint pain is something older adults must deal with as part of the natural part of the aging process. Therefore, Joint Envy is a product that all older people will at some time in their lives need. Older active adults will stress their joints, and this activity will result in joint pain. Joint pain in this group of fit, active, older adults will prevent them from doing the things they want to do. This suppolement helps them reduce pain in those joints so that they can continue their active lifestyle.
Joint pain prevents older adults from doing the things that they want to do. A product that promises that it will help with pain reduction, but tells a consumer it will take seven to ten days to work, will not appeal to someone wanting immediate relief from joint pain. This waiting period will be especially difficult for those older adults who are involved in daily physical activity and sports. These people will want a natural and immediate relief from joint pain. This supplement provides the natural but not the immediate part of what these consumers may want.
Joint Envy makes the claim that its product contains ingredients that are clinically proven to help with joint pain. There is no information where and when this clinical proof was established. The product site implies that there is some kind of FDA imprimatur on it by stating that the company manufactures according to FDA standards in manufacturing. Supplements are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Joint Envy makes many claims about the joint health of older adults, and older active adults without delineating the kind of joint pain that its product actually helps. It is unclear whether the description of normal aging means the inflammation of joints due to osteoarthritis. Further, other causes of joint pain such as rheumatoid arthritis are not specifically disclaimed.
Since the product makes a number of broad claims that its ingredients are clinically proven to help with joint pain, it would be wise to do some research on the ingredients. A bit of research on Google may enlighten a consumer of the merits of the claims of the product. What the medical research shows on the effectiveness of the key elements of collagen, hydraulic acid, and chondroitin would assist a consumer in the decison of whether or not to purchase.
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I like Joint Envy but the one on Amazon doesn't have the exact ingredients as the original. Why sell the off brand. I need the egg she'll membrane etc. And this brand has shellfish. I'm allergic to shrimp but when I order the original. It works very well. But their cost is too much. Please get the original and sell here so I Can afford it.🙏🙏🙏.
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